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Sunflower Daycare Windsor Terrace

10th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215

(718) 499-9794


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Overall Rating

Parents at this school, on average, believe that conflicts between children:

Are handled extraordinarily well in a way that not only gives me confidence in the safety of my child but also reassures me that my child (and his/her peers) are learning the early skills needed to socialize effectively with one another


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  • Temperature and overall air circulation is comfortable
  • Healthy and nutritious snacks are provided
  • Toys and furniture are cleaned regularly


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  • Screen and identify all visitors
  • Parents may not bring sick children to school where they may infect others


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  • Building, bathrooms, hallway
  • Classroom equipment and furniture
  • Outside play equipment

Facilities Includes:

Music room  
Art Room  
Playgrounds More

More Information

  • Slides
  • Swings
  • Playhouses
  • Large construction blocks/climbing structures
  • Tricycles
  • Wagons
  • Climbing structures
  • No playground


General School Comments: From the Parents

1 Comment

  • Parent # 1

    The three women caregivers really seems to work well together and the children love them. They lovingly teach the kids the alphabet and numbers as they relate to the real world as well as feelings, sharing and interacting with others. They have regular circle time or story time. Children get individual attention at times as well as part of the group. They encourage the children to clean up after themselves, and help others. They do regular craft projects usually based on what they learned about that day. They have visitors come weekly to teach the children Yoga, Music, and Foreign language. Their only weakness in my eyes is the food meal pairings provided. While mostly organic the meal choices are frequently unbalanced. Understandably but also frustrating even though most public schools are having the same problem because it is cheaper to buy Fruit Loops than real fruit. However they are always open to suggestions which is key.

    over a year ago